On this episode, host, Vicki Lins explores the role of a television critic during times of disruption and summarizes the best of the 2019 Television Critics Tour with Daniel Fienberg, TV Critic, THR and President of the TCA.
From binge-worthy breakout hits to digital shorts consumed in minutes; current, new and emerging players are pushing the envelope to create a successful model with cultural influence and impact. In this conversation, Dan shares his thoughts, themes, and ideas for what’s next in television.
From Heineken to Baskin Robbins: How Brand Integrations Are Boosting Content and Building Businesses
The New Wave of Peak TV is Crossing Borders to Compete
Hollywood 2022: How Will It Play Out?
Redbox streaming into digital with 40 million loyal customers
Struum’s Unique Cross-section of Technology and Storytelling is Capturing Untapped Eyeballs
Peter Csathy: Rules of the Media Race Are Changing – Bold Predictions on Mega Tech & Future M&As
David Smyth, Founder and CEO, YouLook: Not so FAST, AVOD's Global Rise
Jon Giegengack, Hub Entertainment Research: The Evolution of Video Branding
Tedd Cittadine, VP, Content Partnerships, Roku: How Content Providers Grow and Scale Their Audiences on the Roku Platform
Will Pearson, Chief Operating Officer, iHeartPodcast Network - The Podcast Renaissance
Kevin Beggs, Chairman, Lionsgate Television Group: The Upside to Disruption
Reimagining the Viewer Experience
Innovation is a Team Sport
The Peak TV Bubble, Viewer Nostalgia and the Cost of COVID
Matthew Ball Part 2: The Waves of Competition in Media
Matthew Ball Part 1: The Waves of Competition in Media
Pluto TV's CEO on Linear Success in the Age of Streaming
How Discovery is Positioning for Longterm Growth with the Next Generation of Fans
Fuse Engages Millennial and Gen Z to Flatten the Curve with 'Be Change' Marketing Campaign
Special Episode: Managing Connectivity In A Touchless World
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